The Virtual Conference

For the first time ever BYOD is a given so this year we are asking you to BYOC… Bring Your Own Coffee!

Great Educational Speakers

Passionate educators sharing ideas that worked. Along with a few things that didn't go smoothly.

Voices from the Community

You may know some of the names and faces from online spaces like CESI and #edchatie.


Maker-led, S.T.E.A.M. workshops giving students and teachers practical skills in the classroom.


You can BYOC (bring your own coffee) this year and have great chats with the community in the Cantina around a few virtual tables.


Meet other educators and share ideas about your emergency remote teaching experience. A dynamic programme features clever ideas in break-out rooms from teachers who will share their ideas. As in past ICTEDU conferences, the day starts promptly with a keynote address and then moves briskly through sessions you’re welcome to join. And just like our Thurles events, we have a space reserved to meet and chat with friends but you have to bring your own coffee this year. You will know this is #ictedu because of the wide variety of voices enjoying meaningful conversations.

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Making and sharing

Pamela O’Brien

Pamela O’Brien

Team Lead

Pam created #ictedu and she founded Ireland's Youth Media Team.

Bernie Goldbach

Bernie Goldbach

Content Developer

Bernie teaches creative media for business on the Clonmel Digital Campus.


This event would not be possible without the support of Limerick Institute of Technology, Microsoft Education Ireland, IT Systems and MakerMeetIE.

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